A puppy born in Israel and abandoned in the streets of Jerusalem has completed his unlikely journey to a new home and new life in Houston, Texas.
After assisting thousands of newcomers, returning citizens and tourists to import their pets into Israel, Dr. Kreiner is known as the vet who knows how to make "Pet Aliyah" possible.
Instead of the traditional Hebrew Baruch Haba welcoming greeting, Israelis who have made their home in Australia can now say Bark Haba as their pets are once gain permitted to fly from Israel to Australia.
Dr. Eytan Kreiner, founder and CEO at The Israeli Pet Flight Agency, understands the special challenges awaiting pet owners in the relocation process.
The Israeli Pet Travel Agency Terminal4Pets is promoting a new project that will eventually help hundreds of abandoned pets from Israel find loving owners from Jewish communities worldwide
'A pet is like a baby,' says the veterinarian who founded the one-stop pet transportation agency most recommended by your aliyah advisers.
When Gaza rockets were raining down on southern and parts of central Israel in November, the staff at Terminal4Pets told its clients that it would work out the logistics of boarding or evacuating their pets if they suddenly had to leave the country.